Vinny Nadeua is the 2014 Kalkreuth Amateur Golf Classic winner after finishing a sizzling -14 under par at Oglebay's Crispin Golf Course over two days..
Nadeau, 26, from Gordonsville, VA, made a hole in one during a practice round on Friday, before carding rounds of 63 and 65 to win by one shot over defending champion Bryan Myers. Nadeau played with Wheeling native Mark Sapon, who followed up his 75 on Saturday, with a 72 on Sunday.
Myers, who would've loved nothing more than to win on his first Father's Day, after daughter Adyn was born this week, shot rounds of 65 and 64.
Mark Cimarolli (66, 65) finished third at -11 under par, B.J. Tuloldzieski (66, 67) was fourth at -9 under par, and Bob Potts (68, 67) finished fifth at -7 under par.
Myers and Paul Kurtz teamed to win the Best Ball Championship with a two-day total 118, -24 under par. Potts and Mike Wilson finished five back at 123.
Kurtz also won the Senior Flight after shooting back-to-back rounds of 66 and two-day total 132. Jeff Campbell and Rich Miller finished tied for second at 135.
Wheeling Park High School senior-to-be Cole Hand, who led the Patriots to the 2013 Class AAA state championship, won the Junior Flight by one shot over teammate Dylan Wojcik 142 to 143.